The Make-A-Wish trip to the Northpole was set for next Tuesday. 62 kids and their parents were ready and waiting, but Southeast Airlines suddenly filed for bankruptcy and now the magical trip has been suspended. Jessie Hardy NEPA Make-A-Wish President and CEO tells us "It`s a very happy time for them. They can forget about being sick, their parents forget about them being sick and they interact with other children despite they`re illnesses, they`re all the same." Last year, Southeast Airlines transformed one of it`s jets into the santa express, flying 16 excited kids from our area out of the lehigh valley international airport... ((Nats on plane)) ...then they landed back down at the North Pole where they met Santa... The kids were showered with gifts and love. "It`s just amazing to see 2 little girls with bald heads knocking them together, who had never met before, but made a bond that night." But blaming the high cost of fuel, Southeast just announced it`s filed for bankruptcy...And now Make-A-Wish is left searching for a new Santa Express. "We need a plane big enough to carry 150 people. Our child and parent count is at 110 and then we like to take the elves and volunteers with us." We`ve got to believe and make this happen! Make A Wish has received offers from several local pilots offering their help, but with such a big group, they need a big plane. The Lehigh Valley International Airport provides all of the fuel and the personnel, so all that`s needed is a plane to serve as the Santa Express.